Hydroxyde de sodium en solution aqueuse 10%

 

Identification

Description


Numéro UN : UN1824
Principaux synonymes

Noms français :

  • Hydroxyde de sodium 10%
  • HYDROXYDE DE SODIUM 2.5N
  • Hydroxyde de sodium en solution aqueuse 10%
  • HYDROXYDE DE SODIUM EN SOLUTION AQUEUSE 10% (2.5N)
  • HYDROXYDE DE SODIUM EN SOLUTION AQUEUSE 2.5N
  • SOLUTION AQUEUSE D'HYDROXYDE DE SODIUM 10%
  • SOUDE CAUSTIQUE 10%
  • SOUDE CAUSTIQUE 2.5N

Noms anglais :

  • 10% AQUEOUS SOLUTION OF SODIUM HYDROXIDE
  • 10% SODIUM HYDROXIDE
  • 10% SODIUM HYDROXIDE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION
  • 2.5N SODIUM HYDROXIDE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION
  • CAUSTIC SODA 10%
  • CAUSTIC SODA 2.5N
  • Sodium hydroxide 10%
  • SODIUM HYDROXIDE 10% (2.5N) AQUEOUS SOLUTION
  • SODIUM HYDROXIDE 10% AQUEOUS SOLUTION
  • SODIUM HYDROXIDE 2.5N
Composition
Nom de l'ingrédient No CAS Concentration
Sodium, hydroxyde de 1310-73-2 10   % P/P
Eau 7732-18-5 90   % P/P

Utilisation et sources d'émission

Agent de dosage analytique

Références

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